KENT, Ohio - Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs is taking his talents to the big screen with a new movie.
The Pro Bowl kick returner will appear in "The Murders at Brandywine Theatre" about a town's laughingstock who uses a puppet to vent his frustrations. It starts shooting in Kent on March 2.
Cribbs's publisher said the Kent State alumnus is seriously looking to expand his acting career during the off-season. Cribbs has already appeared on shows like "The League" and "Hot in Cleveland".
"The Murders at Brandywine Theatre" should be complete this summer, and will shown to various festival organizers and potential distributors.